Lucknow uses kite flying to promote communal harmony after Diwali

Webindia123.com is running an article on the Jamghat festival in india.

The skyline of Uttar Pradesh capital Lucknow is these days dotted with colourful kites as people celebrate “Jamghat”, the traditional kite flying festival that follows a day after Diwali.
A festival, which was started off as a hobby when the city was ruled by nawabs almost a century ago, has now become a tradition which has several keen followers.

The ‘Jamghat’ festival in itself is a remarkable event where people from both Hindu and Muslim communities come together to fly kites, share sweetmeats and generally enjoy themselves. Hundreds of colourful kites fight it out for supremacy over the skyline of the city.

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